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Some Raccoons Conspiracy TheoriesHave you ever wondered how there aren't many human characters in The Raccoons' series?Some Raccoons Conspiracy Theories by AmandaTaylor
Or how the animals are just as smart as humans and all? My theory is
that The Ranger and his two kids, Tommy and Julie are the only survivors from a third
world war. The intelligent animals being the result of a biochemical weapon's radiation, causing them to mutate and becoming how we know them in the series. When Ranger Dan and his kids stop showing up in the series, they had either moved from the Evergreen forest to find more survivors or succumb to radiation sickness overtime. The aardvarks and other animals that aren't native to
Canada's environment, came from zoos that had been effected from the said
biochemical effects. The cars, computers, and other items such as clothes are from the homes
of the previous human owners that either evacuated the war or passed on from
Another idea is that maybe the Raccoons is really a bunch of stories that the Tommy
is telling his children to hel
A Cartoon Character Info/TheoryI might make this into a series on my cartoon theories.A Cartoon Character Info/Theory by AmandaTaylor
Anyways I have a theory about the character Count Duckula:
I found out that the Duckula from Danger Mouse is actually the previous incarnation of the Duckula that shows off in the spin off. Which would explain the differences in personalities and behavior. Which also means the Duckula in Danger Mouse is an Aquarius and the reborn one in the Count Duckula spinoff is a Virgo.
What I also find funny is that the one in the Count Duckula series shares the Aquarius Moon Sign with me.
Talk about fascinating huh?
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